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MG (Ret.) Gerard P. Brohm (2007)

Mr. Brohm is currently Chief Operating Officer for USfalcon, a corporation offering Information Technology products and services for both the public and private sectors.  Until recently, he was Vice President and Deputy General Manager for Lockheed Martin Information Technology. In that position, he was responsible for the full range of management requirements for Lockheed's Professional Services operating unit which consisted of $900M in revenue and 6,000 employees.

Prior to joining Information Network Systems, Inc. and The Sytex Group, Mr. Brohm was a career Army Officer. While with the Army he held numerous high level command and staff positions to include: Commanding Officer 143rd Signal Battalion, 3rd Armored Division, Commanding Officer 93rd Signal Brigade, VII (US) Corps, Deputy Commanding General, US Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon, Director, Communications and Information Systems, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers Europe, and Director for Command, Control and Communications (J6), US Pacific Command. He is a veteran of combat tours in Vietnam and Desert Storm.

 His final assignment with the Army was as Commanding General, US Army Communication-Electronics Command and Fort Monmouth, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. In this position, then-Major General Brohm led the Armyís center for the development and support of all communications, command and control, automation, intelligence, electronic warfare and sensor systems used by the US Army. He commanded over 11,000 soldiers and government civilians, managed an annual budget of over $2 Billion and was responsible for the award of over $4 Billion annually in contracts for information products and services. General Brohm was recognized as a leader in acquisition reform and pioneered many innovative approaches to satisfying Army requirements such as the Wholesale Logistics Modernization Program. Major General Brohmís awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Army Achievement Medal

 Mr. Brohm received a BA degree from Seton Hall University, an MS degree from the University of Colorado, and is a graduate of the US Army War College.  He and his wife Alison live outside Annapolis, Maryland.


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